XI JINPING AND THE THIRD CHINESE REVOLUTION
Today, when we glance over the world, all nations are in the race of success. They are all going to develop the modern technologies and also uses of resources in a multi-way. Not only single nation, but also the entire world in the manner of success. Everyone wants to have luxury life and want to rule over the world. The international system seems to head toward a period of great uncertainty. Established security alliances of the post- World War II era are disintegrating while the fledgling new ones such as the G20 have no capacity to replace them. The dominant discourse of market-friendly neoliberalism is losing prominence while neo protectionism and economic nationalism are gaining ground. We can say there are amidst rising geopolitical stress among major global powers, which are rising far-right movements and xenophobia, economic protection and regional grass wars, nation states are strongly reasserting themselves. Here Donald trumps the president of US election crank- up worsening trends in international relations. But there is another country that is China increasing dominance in global production and trade networks which became a real security issue for the American establishment. Another word we can say nations are in the race of power. One of them China among the countries, who have gotten the independence on December 2, 1949. In very short decades now she is going to rule over the world. Chines president Xi Jinping turned the china into a third chines revolution. This statement not acceded from abroad, but also entire world assent it. And also one astonishing eminent writer writes in their book on the third revolution of China. China’s revolution is not today revolution, but it was from the ab initiation efforts, that is turned into globalization.
Elizabeth C, Economy, Author of Third Revolution: Xi Jinping and new chines state. Elizabeth analyzed Xi Jinping goals at China and in abroad countries. Elizabeth C. Economy says that Xi Jinping succeeds to lead China for another five years. Elizabeth C. Economy, the C.V Starr Senior Fellow and Director for Asia studies at the Council on Foreign Relations, she tackles in her latest book. Elizabeth writes in her book regards Chines change in an incisive look at transformative changes underway in China today. She tells, about Chines leader Xi Jinping that he has inhibited a powerful set of political and economic reforms. Elizabeth writes in her book to argue on the United States policies. She writes that China has turned into a third revolution dual – reform upward the trajectory a more authoritarian system at home and a more ambitious foreign policy abroad – provide Beijing’s with new pry of influence that the United States must learn to exploit in order to protect its own interest. One of the great paradox of China today’s writes eminent China Scholar Elizabeth C. Economy book addresses the risk of China moving its political values and repression – abroad by exploiting the openness of liberal democracies.
Is China will be in globalization?
While globalization is one of the megatrends of the present day. Globalization is not mean as we mostly use it to describe economic, political and cultural processes and their effects. But Globalization is like huge catchment area where different separate rivers of cultures from one stream. But I think China is going away especially in their policies, which tells another definition of globalization. Is China in the third revolution related to globalization, which looks much difficult, while China has adopted the policies over his first five years in office that do not support such an optimistic projection. She says that Xi’s third revolution has already been transformative. China is both authoritarian and insular at home and more expensive and ambitious abroad, wherein examples, the internet is more controlled ideas and social life ideas and non-governmental organization from the outside have much less access to the Chines people.
China’s propaganda efforts abroad and pushing China for equal access to foreign media and cultural entities. China has Confucius institutions, wherein people who want to study chines, they are allowed to get. Another alternative would be for the Chines to allow the host universities to choose the teachers and content language. In China at universities professors discourage from using the foreign textbooks. From the abroad countries, many students come for best qualification, while chines students are getting at their home. They have adopted their own policies, students are to get an education from abroad, but Chinese students get at their home. China set forth distinctive new challenges for the United States. She writes, that former leader Deng Xiaoping revolution replaced with his own third revolution. She writes, what makes the Xi distinctive? She writes about the United States, that the U.S must adopt the strategic framework for its good relationship with China. And she offers several recommendations to U.S policymakers. She writes, U.S participation in the Pacific partnership to support the underlying principles of a free and open Indo- Pacific. Development of Asia and Europe, unilateral actions of China in the south- China Sea and Taiwan Ethiopia and Pakistan. She urges to U.S government support for the development. Adoption of new technologies to compact effectively with made in China 2025. There should be support in a way of both in words and in deeds. There must be fundamental values including democracy and respect for human rights.